Control of hazardous energy commonly referred to as lockout/tagout is a strictly enforced OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.417. Training of all authorized employees (those using the procedure to perform lockout/tagout work). Authorized employees must be trained to properly use energy control procedures to safely perform maintenance, servicing, or installation work where hazardous energy could cause an injury.
Electrical Safety / NFPA 70e
Electrical hazards are the root of countless fatalities and injuries at work. That’s why OSHA tapped the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) to develop complementary standards for electrical workplace safety.
Do you need to stay on top of multiple regulatory provisions? Our NFPA 70E training curriculum is designed to promote awareness of the dangers of electrical shock and arc flash